Wildlife has a special place in all our hearts
From owls to otters and badgers to bees, being surrounded by the wonders of nature makes us happier and healthier.
But sadly, habitat loss, agriculture and climate change has resulted in a 56% decline in UK wildlife. (2016 State of Nature Report).
We receive no government funding and need your help to continue protecting wildlife and wild places across Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside. Your donations allow us to protect and restore sensitive habitats, manage our nature reserves for the benefit of both people and wildlife, conserve threatened species, train volunteers and run events that inspire people to take action for nature.
We are already making a difference
We work on your doorstep to create and connect habitats to give wildlife a chance to thrive and wild spaces for people to enjoy.
We carry out conservation work, campaign to protect species and habitats on land and at sea, and teach people of all ages about the natural world, and how to care for it.
The threat is real, and unless we act now the wildlife and wild places become a thing of the past. If you are passionate about conserving wildlife please support your local Wildlife Trust in Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside.
We depend on our members so that we can continue our vital work in Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside.